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Re: Non-existent URL error?

From: Fred Mailhot <fred.mailhot_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-01-25 18:45:44 CET

On 1/24/07, Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn@gmail.com> wrote:
> Fred Mailhot wrote:
> > I'm getting the following error when I try to revert some changes from
> > the log dialog:
> >
> > Error: The location for 'svn://<repo>%20<name>' for revision
> > 721 does not exist in the repository or refers to an unrelated object
> I guess you have svnserve 1.4.0 running there:
> http://subversion.tigris.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=2612
> Just update to 1.4.1 and it will work again.
> Stefan

Hi Stefan,

That doesn't seem to be what the problem is. I'm really baffled as to
what is it that I've done. Here's more information.

Subversion 1.3.0
TortoiseSVN 1.3.2.
(using svnserve, not Apache)

When I access the repo-browser from the "TortoiseSVN" submenu, I can
see my repo, but when I try to view the contents of the top-level
directory, I get the following:
  - svn://<repo> <name>
    - <repo> <name>
      - Error * URL 'svn://<repo>%20<name>' non-existent in
that revision

When I look at earlier revisions, I can see everything just fine
(although there are a couple of other revisions where I get the above
error). The non-existence thing appears to be stopping me from doing
operations, though. I've tried deleting and re-adding, but when I do a
commit, it fails with a

Error File not found: transaction '728-1', path /EastCree Website/<filename>


Is there any way I can simply eliminate everything that happened after
a particular revision and make that one the new HEAD?


Received on Thu Jan 25 18:46:05 2007

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